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it they wanted to buy it. >> mid range on willow lane. this is san jose. it's weird to talk about mid range price home for 849. >> we priced it aggressively at $850,000. it sold for almost exactly a amount within the month. we knew we priced it aggressively. we also thought the market could afford it. sellers are saying i think i can get more for the property. now they're right. they're getting exactly what they want. >> interesting. and this is an example of a quick sale in san jose. went for a little over one, right? >> it went for a little over one. it was on the market only two days. we hosted an open house. it was absolutely mobbed. we knew we would get multiple offers. people were coming in all cash. folks were offering all sorts of different incentives. eventually we sold it for $1.1 million, which was the best offer for our particular client. >> some people we know who live there say with every consecutive ipo that did well here on the street we would see technology companies, their employees, i mean, the prices almost did a stair step pattern. is that what you saw? >> it's a perfect stor
their orders to put out blackberry's long-awaited phone. cnbc's john fort is live outside the at&t store in san jose where at 7:00 in the morning, john, i imagine there are not huge cues. >> you don't have to remind me what time it is, simon. i'm here in palo alto outside an at&t store. at&t can only hope that people will start loading up the website with pre-orders for the z10 blackberries. this one is extremely important to prove that that company can stick around in its current incarnation providing hardware and software and doing service also on the back end. this phone will sell for $199 with a two-year contract, just like the iphone 5. verizon and t-mobile also expected to pick up the z10. they basically said they will, but at&t is first out of the gate with pre-orders and they'll start selling them in these stores in about ten days and taking a look at market share and it has been a rough go for blackberry for quite a while now. shipments were down 43% and blackberry market share dropped to 3.2% from 8% a year earlier according to idc and android had 70% of the global market and the ios,
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